In the first part of a series, Samiran Mishra traces the cultural and historical roots of the World’s favourite game, starting with ancient origins in South and Central America.
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Pep Guardiola will have to make do without Sergio Aguero for this weekend’s Manchester Derby against United and there a number of possible alternatives.
An all too common argument is that money is ruining English football but this simply isn’t true, writes Thomas Wyer.
Stefan Reyners ponders the future for Arsenal and puts forward the case for Eddie Howe to succeed Arsene Wenger in the hot seat.
Daryl Murphy’s first international goal salvaged a point for the Republic of Ireland in their opening World Cup qualifier against Serbia in Belgrade.
Liverpool have jettisoned four strikers in this transfer window, will Jürgen Klopp’s ‘less is more’ policy harm their chances this season?
As Wales get set to kick off their World Cup qualification campaign, Harry Trend discusses their chances of building on a successful Euro 2016.
As Major League Soccer enters its stretch run, a time when the action should be picking up, everything feels a bit flat.
Radio MLS returns for another week and looks at Frank Lampard’s brilliant run of goal scoring form for NYCFC.
It was an emotional night at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin as Robbie Keane earned the last of his 146 caps for the Republic of Ireland against Oman.